Michigan drunk driving law

5:36 pm
Mon June 17, 2013

Richland, Schoolcraft number one in DUI arrests

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Those cities had the most drunk driving arrests per police officer in the state 2012.
RELATED: Search tool shows DUI arrest details and police rankings in your area. RICHLAND, MI - On paper, seven police officers made 127 arrests for drunken driving last year in the Kalamazoo County villages of Richland and Schoolcraft. But in reality, Schoolcraft Police Chief Bryan Campbell and Richland Police Chief Jeff Mattioli say three officers - Matt Britton in Schoolcraft and Sgt.
8:25 pm
Sun June 16, 2013

Analysis finds decline in drunk driving arrests may be on verge of ending in Michigan

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Mlive report finds arrest rates are uneven across state, even when manpower is comparable
Michigan's disappearing DUIs may be on the verge of reappearing. After a years-long decline in drunken-driving arrests statewide, the free fall has nearly stopped, a new MLive Media Group analysis shows. Drunken-driving arrests fell less than 1 percent in 2012, the lowest in years, even as police manpower continued its nearly decade-long slide.
6:37 am
Thu February 21, 2013

House committee votes to keep Michigan's blood-alcohol limit the same

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The Michigan State Police, Mothers Against Drunk Driving and other groups support maintaining the current standard.
LANSING -- The state House Criminal Justice Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to keep Michigan's drunken-driving blood-alcohol level at 0.08%. If the Legislature doesn't act, the level will revert to 0.10% on Oct. 1. In Michigan, a blood-alcohol level of 0.08% is considered drunken driving.